5th April 2022

Basic Income for the Arts – Pilot Scheme: NCFA response to the Government announcement of April 5, 2022

Basic Income for the Arts – Pilot Scheme: NCFA response to the Government announcement of April 5, 2022 National Campaign for the Arts 05/04/2022 Today, following […]
4th March 2022

Arts Sector Meeting | 10th March, 2pm

As we emerge from Covid-19 restrictions and await the roll-out of the Basic Income for Artists scheme, NCFA invites the arts sector to an online meeting […]
11th February 2022

JOIN OUR STEERING COMMITTEE

The National Campaign for the Arts is looking for artists and arts workers to join the campaign to keep the arts at the centre of Irish […]
19th November 2021

NCFA ARTS SECTOR MEETING AND POST-BUDGET UPDATE. 23RD NOVEMBER. 11AM-12.30PM.

Following on from the recent Budget 2022 announcements that have an impact for artists, arts workers and arts organisations, we invite the arts sector to an […]
12th October 2021

National Campaign for the Arts reaction to Budget 2022

National Campaign for the Arts welcomes the budget measures announced by Ministers Donohoe and McGrath today. The proposed Basic Income Guarantee Pilot for artists and arts […]
14th September 2021
Save the Arts Ireland

National Campaign for the Arts

PRE-BUDGET 2022 SUBMISSION SEPTEMBER 2021 It took the global pandemic to inspire a wider governmental and public understanding of the societal value of the arts, the […]
3rd August 2021

3rd August 2021: Statement on Reopening the Arts and Culture

NCFA calls on the Taoiseach and Minister Martin to address the impasse within the live arts and events sectors and to publish the long-awaited roadmap for […]
1st June 2021
Save the Arts Ireland

Press Release 1 June 2021: Basic Income for Artists – a Historic Milestone for Artists & Arts Workers in Ireland.

Following five years of research, engagement, consultation and lobbying by NCFA committees and members, past and present, we are delighted that a Basic Income pilot for […]
28th May 2021
Save the Arts Ireland

NCFA Press Release 28th May 2021: NCFA wholeheartedly welcomes the phased resumption of artistic, cultural and live experiences

The National Campaign for the Arts (NCFA) wholeheartedly welcomes the significant announcements made this evening, Friday 28th May 2021, by Taoiseach Michael Martin. Government plans for […]
14th May 2021

NCFA Sector Meeting 12th May 2021 (Recording and Audio Transcript)

Discussion from the NCFA Steering Group about the upcoming UBI Pilot, Re-Opening the Sector and Pre-Budget Submission. For an audio recording with Otter generated transcript please […]
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